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Licensees do not have standing to challenge new professional standards for teachers until a teacher is disciplined, the U.S. District Court of the Northern Mariana Islands (Guam) held April 7.
The court rejected a challenge to the new standards, which created a range of new offenses simply defined as involving “immoral conduct” (Guam Federation of Teachers v. Lisa Baza Cruz).
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